Introducing Freezehold®


What is Freezehold®?


Freezehold® is a unique new initiative from commercial property developers, Frogmore, which allows businesses greater flexibility when buying or renting office and industrial space.


Businesses wishing to invest in their own business premises – but frustrated by their own banks reluctance when lending money, can now lease new premises at a modest rent, and purchase later at a pre-agreed price, when financial terms may improve.


It is that easy, and it’s that good. The choice is yours, and if you decide to buy at a later date, you’ll do so at an inflation beating pre-agreed price.


It’s a uniquely flexible arrangement and available uniquely from Frogmore.


Where can I find Freezehold® Premises?



Our fantastic Freezehold® offer is available on offices and business units at the following business parks.


Click on the link below for full details and specifications (prices on application)


Schooner Park, Crossways Business Park, Dartford

Schooner Park

Industrial units for 1,729 sq ft to 5,172 sq ft
Waterside Court, Crossways Business Park, Dartford

Waterside Court

Office units from 1,858 sq ft to 5,923 sq ft

Edward Court, Altrincham Business Park, Cheshire, WA14 5GY


Edward Court Altrincham Business Park


Offices ranging from 3,409 sq ft to 5,756 sq ft.


Frequently asked questions


>> What if property values rise after I’ve entered into a Freezehold® agreement?
The pre-agreed purchase price holds throughout the period of the lease. There are no index linked increases, but you have the certainty of knowing what the purchase price will be .


>> What is minimum/maximum duration of a Freezehold® agreement?
The minimum duration is 1 month. The maximum duration is 18 months.


>> After the Freezehold® agreement expires, can I still purchase the property?
Yes, but the terms of the agreement will need to be renegotiated at this time.



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You should be aware that the Code of Practice on commercial leases in England and Wales strongly recommends you seek professional advice from a qualified surveyor, solicitor or licensed conveyancer before agreeing or signing a business tenancy agreement. The Code is available through professional institutions and trade associations or through the website.
Misdescriptions Act: Frogmore for themselves give notice that: The information contained on this website is intended as a general outline only for the guidance of intending purchasers/lessees and Frogmore on whose behalf these particulars are provided do not accept any responsibility for any inaccuracies the particulars may contain. Any intending purchaser/lessee should not rely upon them as statements or representations of fact but should satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their correctness. All floor areas and other measurements are approximate. All disposals remain subject to contract and terms and conditions apply. February 2010.


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